Teaching Guides 2

Teaching is an Iterative Process

Resources for teaching are grounded in an iterative cycle of course design and redesign. Whether you have come here for something specific, or just to peruse, these resources reflect evidence-based strategies from educational research.

Course Design

Course Design Guide

CTL's Course Design Guide can help you take a goal-oriented approach to course planning with opportunities to collect evidence of student learning while your course is ongoing.

DLS Course Design Tools

Course Design Tools provides instructors with resources to develop pedagogically sound online courses.

Inclusive Learning

Inclusive Teaching Guide

CTL's Inclusive Teaching Guide provides resources on how to intentionally design and create a classroom that welcomes all students and fosters a positive learning environment.

Advancing Inclusion and Anti-Racism in the College Classroom

A course (re)design tool developed by the UC Berkeley Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management and in partnership with CTL.

Flexible Instruction

  • Evidenced-based Approaches
  • Strategies for Remote Teaching and Learning
  • Preparing for Disruptions
  • How to Support Undergraduate Students in the Event of Instructional Disruption
  • Supporting Students Return to Campus
  • Asychronous Learning